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The legally non-binding nature of the EU's Open Method of Coordination (OMC) has sparked a lively scholarly debate that includes, amongst other things, research about its function and effectiveness in conjunction with hard law and the integration capacity created by different governance structures (hybridity). This paper contributes to this debate via an analysis of EU integration within the fi eld of Youth Policy. Contrary to existing research that examines hybrid structures in which the OMCdoi:10.1556/026.2015.56.1.3 fatcat:ubnsvk42hrgnxkevehb5awzrea